General La Porte, CnC 100pts
General Le Blanc, general Le Jeune: 80 pts
General Le Blancs brigade:
3 Line Battalions 177 pts
2 Bavarian Battalions 136 pts
General Le Jeunes brigade:
4 Conscript battalions 180 pts
Generals Porte and LeBlanc are bold, Le Jeune is cautious
|LeBlancs line troops on the left, LeJeunes conscripts on the right.|
CnC General Heinz 100 pts
Generals Verbot and Weir - 100pts
4 Musketeer battalions 272 pts
2 six pounder cannons 90 pts
9 Cuirassiers 90 pts
All generals cautious.
|Prussian Cuirassiers, 2 six pounders, 4 battalions of line. The six pounders scored|
a total of only 2 hits all game - time to cane those guys!
|The French advance right across the field, sending skirmishers ahead.|
|A cuirassier charge sends the conscripts in on the left fleeing (later rallied), but their charge is stopped|
by a hastily formed square. Although I notice some of these poorly trained troops
are facing the wrong direction!
|A sneaky battalion attempts to take the prussians in the rear.|
|This time the conscripts in the foreground flee the cuirassiers charge, but|
another square stymies the cavalry again. Meanwhile they are taking musket fire.
|Cuirassiers shot at from three sides - wiped out by shooting.|
|A book of army lists from the 80's. It made my troop organizations more fun.|
|While the cuirassiers were getting shot up, two prussian battalions rout after|
musket fire from regulars, and one cannon has been removed. One battalion was rallied.
|The two battalions in the lower left corner are all that remain of the Prussians.|
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